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not do the siesta -- the nap after lunch, and that is a ritual that was important in spain back then, and it still is today. >> the cattle trader from spain gets up early in the morning and does not come home again until late. between 2:00 and 4:00 p.m., he takes an afternoon nap, a siesta. >> i need these one-and-a-half hours after lunch. if i do not sleep, i do not feel well. then i do not enjoy work, and i am just not myself. >> the long spanish siesta still exists, even in bustling major cities. many businesses still shut at 1:30 in the afternoon and open again at 5:00 p.m. carlows also uses that break for a nap, for now at least. -- carlos. >> i think soon we will have to stay open after lunch. this is a tourist area. we have to stay open because it is customer friendly even though a lot of people are against it. but business is business. >> to make sure tourists in particular are not faced with shuttered doors, the spanish government has changed laws regarding business hours. it wants visitors to the crisis- ridden country to have more time to spend money -- 90 hours a week ins
had had a lot of times in the war against nap olean. churchill was absolutely right in have aing if you do that it is a slippery slope, you know, once that becomes known, you know, our morale will go down, what is interesting about church nil the summer of 1940 is that church hill no strategy for winning that war when we are alone. he talked about maybe the americans will come in. but basically he is convinced that the important thing for the moment is to show resolution and the future will somehow take care of itself. he said we fought the germans for four years in 1418. we had no idea what was going to happen. we almost gave up on victory and suddenly the germans collapsed in 1918. so church sill what is strike being this is this is a man who will given spiring leadership even if he knows, actually we're in a real mess at the moment. and i find what is interesting about churchill is his ability to convey public hope when he recognizes that the magnitude of the -- >> more than having a plan the most important thing was to rally the country. >> rally the country. the word resolut
.s. retailers recalling something called the nap nanny recliner after the reported deaths of five infants. the nap nanny poses a substantial ris are being to infants. babies can hang out over the side of the recliner. the company told cnn it stands behind the product 100%. >>> a mall in sacramento, california, was locked down after a brawl in the food court. shoppers left screaming from the site. three teenagers were arrested. people panicked as they mistook loud sounds for gunshots but a mall security said no shots were fired during or after the fight. >>> ee a security camera recorded a tornado. high winds blew through the store's front door as workers and shoppers took shelter in the back. the tornado came about 100 yards from smashing the store to pieces. look at those incredible pictures, candy. >> i don't know what we did before we had security cameras. that's amazing. we see a lot more of the story. >> i know. a lot of video that you could watch all day, right? >> exactly. lisa sylvester, thank you. >>> a looming strike that could shut down some of the country's busiest ports. we'l
don't know what nap of the finger she changed. >> reporter: his granddaughter tried to evict him and sell the property. >> author was at risk of homelessness. he was also impoverished because this land and house is the only thing of any value he owns in the world. >> reporter: green's lawyer says financial exploitation of seniors is all too common and often goes unreported. consumer reports investigation finds theft and fraud by loved ones is on the rise. >> caregivers, family members, neighbors, they can use all kinds of tactics to raid assets. >> reporter: they can be as obvious as forging signatures on checks, begging for loans that never paid back or accusing power of attorney. >> when you give power of attorney to somebody it can give them unfettered access to your accounts. somebody who misuses those can do real damage. that's a problem for elderly. >> reporter: to help prevent elder abuse have bank and investment statements sent to a person you truce -- you trust to monitor accounts average for direct deposit and automatic bill pay, consult a reputable attorney for advice
: constitution nap. >> guest: yeah. not repressed by the argument. he started make noises saying i'm going revoke the treaty. madison, our baseline alternative comes to jefferson. -- >> host: the secretary of state. >> guest: right. closest friend. secretary of state in the room for every negotiation. he said you can't do this anymore. you have to agree and yield it's too big an turn to let your sphrict view. he agrees and he back down. they make purchase. jefferson displays a great deal of skill. the negotiation he choose monroe, absolutely the right person. he gets through the senate, successfully, manages all the things. so he displays flexibility, but think about flexible because he's willing to override the own. it's too big an opportunity let us construction view of the government. stop us. we have to get the land. they did. skill and flexibility are things on the whole we like in a president. you shouldn't be surprised that someone of jefferson's record has skill and flebility. think about what he did. if he didn't have them the process and the long record would have seen it and blocked hi
about the royal nap? wouldn't it be perfect in this great crib. a high-end merchant, they say they've had a jump in sales of these, since the news of the baby broke. for the baby who has everything, i guess a silver spoon simply won't do. >>> and i want to finish with this "pop news" exclusive. the 2013 miss america pageant is right around the corner. and the only way she gets crowned is by wowing the judges. and that is an impressive group this year. they include someone who is used to being judged herself, cheryl burke, from "dancing with the stars." we can report that bradley bayou, "e.t." legend, mary hart, "shark tank" entrepreneur and millionaire damon john. olympic gold medalist, mckayla maroney. and i'm saving the best for last, you guys. mr. america himself, sam champion. on january 12th on abc. >> that's going to be great. >> i know you'll do a great job, sam. >> is sam blushing? >> i think he is. i think he is. >>> sam, how about the weather now? >> we are live in times square. it will be an exciting time. i hope you'll watch. by the way, mother of rose, please tell me y
is not interested. >> that is so bad. >> she wants a nap. >> buffalo. >> grover cleveland, i think, the last mayor to go from mayor to president. >> do you think she's going to run for president? >> maybe she'll run for mayor of buffalo. >> there's a very good chance she'll run for president. >> really? >> she says she won't. says she won't. says she isn't interested. i think she'll take some time off. in a year from now she'll begin thinking about this, be very active in the mid terms one way or another. if she runs she's a very formidable candidate. i don't think she can take it for granted. >> running against the democratic primary, andrew cuomo. >> martin o'malley, governor of maryland. i agree with bob, i don't think she has any plans to run for president but there's a certain gravity from polls, ahead 16-15 in iowa and new hampshire, that will be a powerful force to resist. >> it would be kind of fun to have her as mayor of new york city. i do. female mayor would be great. why are you laughing? >> i didn't see hillary clinton as mayor of new york and fun didn't pop to my mind. >> other side
and turn into a pillow if they need a nap at their desk. the flask tie. nozzle disguised as well. sip and keep on about your business for today's alcoholic on the go. >> i will get that for you so you can wear it on "world news now." >> that would make some of the nights a lot easier. >> you can see the gradual regression of rob throughout the night. >> welcome back. >>> okay. so this story out of dayton, ohio, the heart of it all. >> heart of all what? >> the heart of it all. what is says on the license plate. construction crew working at a community college, and they had men working sign, they were forced to take it down because it was described as sexist and noninclusive because there were female members of the construction crew, so they had to remove it. the female employee complained about the sign and suggested several alternatives to the crew such as construction zone. >> or, you know, people at work, humans at work, persons at work. >> peeps working. >> something p.c. >> get your butt out of here, working. >> get that jackhammer. >>> this story blew my mind a little bit. there
that it would be one -- if any of us had lunch, took a nap, woke up and there were these people who incident did the speak our language, who took us to another planet where everything is different. that's what happened to her and she's been absolutely fine. she had never left the grounds of that orphanage. she had never seen a bus, no less an airplane. she's been terrific. >> juliet: her life has changed and i can see and just from your preinterview, you seem like a wonderful, wonderful, loving mom. so congratulations and i hope the situation changes just very quickly, putin has basically released statements on this situation and we've told what you they are. it's pathetic. there really isn't anything to say, these children are being used as pawns. thank you very much and please, our love to alena. >> thank you. and thank you for being a voice for the children. >> juliet: my pleasure. believe me. all right. coming up, shift gears a bit. don't know what to do with your christmas tree? here is an idea. not really sure what's going on with that. we'll let you figure it out. then the best champagne
. they would have a press conference and the president would have a nap. it was a very different time. >> there's no question that the president is not somebody who has prioritized evenings with his family, instead of having a bourbon on the rocks. i think some of this is overblown. they stay in the photo room the entire night. >> powerful democratic senators who say this president does not pick up the phone and talk. >> he's not a schmoozer. >> let me. senator mccaskill, seriously, though, at least in the press appear to be being played by both sides, wouldn't you expect the president to walk over to him? the president didn't talk to anybody who didn't have their picture taken. he's in one place. i'm sure speaker boehner went through the photo line. that's not a good example. i'm not arguing the president shouldn't do more face-to-face. i agree. >> put the schmoozing thing aside how do we get from here to there? >> whenever you're in a negotiation the thought process is this. what is the alternative? is it worse? if they do not make this deal on tax rates for the top 2%, then they're going to
% nap will be effective january 2nd. so you could see more boouying the precious metal. a check on copper also seeing bullish moves there as a result of that data out of china. back over to you. >> jackie, thank you very much for that. we are now in the 11th hour. senate has reconvened. harry reid saying at the top of the hour negotiations over the fiscal cliff still going on, but cooperation is needed on both sides. doug holtz ekin is the president of the american action forum. austan goolsbee. i can't think of two guys i'd rather talk about this with than you two. happy new year. >> happy new year. >> let me start with you, austan. you don't think it's likely we get this done today. >> no, i really don't. i know i've been more publicly skeptical over the last couple of months than most anybody, but i still think even today, if they reach some deal, it still has to go back to the house and bring it up and vote on it, and that was kind of the root of the problem before. so i still feel like it's pretty high chance we go over. though i do think there's a pretty good chance that e
a lot of these issues. it is nice nap defender solution. fiscal district server strapped in terms of resources financial and human. it is a much broader resources than colleges and universities are important. how do we start the conversation early enough of families and students understand what the expectations are so they can become college ready by the time they graduate. it is a more complicated issue than just to the fox and who doesn't. what's a perfect segue into what i need to talk to next. one of the goals of this talks tonight is how schools and families and advocates can do a better job and helping alleviate this issue. one row the dharma has is the public school system. lower performing districts, they did to cause the remedial work so they take isoglosses and of a sudden they fester remedial work and they are already in debt. that is a big issue and the new york city. that is one huge drum up. we also touched on the federal government's role on regulating this process and ride out a system before disclosure and a more affirmation of their. i think the third big issue t
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